a) Danielle Bassett Non-invasive neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, MEG, MRI, DTI, DSI).

b) Chris Croke Inverse problems and Riemannian geometry

c) Christos Davatzikos Neuroimaging of Alzheimer's Disease and schizophrenia.

d) Nader Engheta Bio-inspired polarization and hyperspectral imaging and through-wall microwave imaging.

e) Charles Epstein: Image registration and analysis, and various mathematical aspects of MR-imaging.

f) Jean Gallier

g) James Gee Biomedical image analysis and computing.

h) Vadim Markel Nano-optics and biomedical optical imaging.

i) Arjun Raj

j) Lyle Ungar Multi-view learning for MRI data.